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Kine 1400 - Introduction to Exercise Science

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Original Article The effects of respiratory muscle strengthening exercise using a sling on the amount of respiration J Phys Ther Sci 27 2121 2124 2015 Seung Ju Yi PT PhD1 Jin Seop K im PT PhD2 1 2 Department of Physical Therapy Andong Science College Republic of Korea Department of Physical Therapy Sunmoon University 70 Sunmoon ro 221 beon gil Tangjeong myeon Asan si Chungnam 336 708 Republic of Korea Abstract Purpose The purpose of this study was to present aerobic exercise that can be performed together with respiratory muscle strength training and examine whether the vital capacity of individuals can be enhanced when respiratory muscle strength training is conducted together with aerobic exercise Subjects and Methods The subjects were 10 male students and 8 female students The sling exercise method was used to conduct three types of training to strengthen the muscles around the shoulder joints A maximal respiratory quotient measurement device was used to measure the vital capacity of the subjects five times Results There was a significant difference in each respiratory training time point compared with before the performance of respiratory training Conclusion This study presented respiratory muscle strength training using a sling as a training method for respiratory training Key words Sling Aerobic exercise Respiratory This article was submitted Feb 25 2015 and was accepted Mar 24 2015 INTRODUCTION Ventilation between air and blood occurs through neurological control of the respiratory muscles1 Muscles related to respiration may be divided into inspiratory and expiratory muscles Major muscles engaging in inspiration include the diaphragm and external intercostal muscle and minor muscles engaging in inspiration encompass the sternocleidomastoid muscle scalene muscle trapezius muscle pectoralis major muscle pectoralis minor muscle and serratus anterior muscle These muscles act during forced expiration Expiratory muscles that do not act in normal respiration but do act in strong respiration include the rectus abdominis muscle musculus transversus abdominis external internal oblique abdominal muscle and internal intercostal muscle Weakening of the respiratory system muscles is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease and these muscles play a role in reducing the pressure of the lower abdomen during respiration2 3 Therefore it has been reported that respiratory muscle strength training not only improves motor ability but also decreases dyspnea and nocturnal desaturation4 For such a reason in the clinical field medical devices are used as interventions to improve the respiratory muscles of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease asthma spinal cord injury and muscle disease To improve Corresponding author Jin Seop Kim E mail skylove3373 sunmoon ac kr 2015 The Society of Physical Therapy Science Published by IPEC Inc This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial No Derivatives



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